Thomas Carr Howe High School
4900 Julian Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana 46201
Yesterday 's Dreams / Tomorrow 's Wishes
As students entered the doors of Howe, many
knew not what the future had in store for them.
They entered with a head full of wishes from yes-
terday and aspirations for their tomorrows. The
next step was preparing themselves to meet the
Before Howe, they might have wished for such
things as a bicycle; now they wished for such things
as meeting a guy or a gal, attending the prom, hav-
ing other types of fun, doing well in school, and
going to college.
As they changed and matured in high school,
their wishes of yesterday became their memories of
yesterday. Their dreams of tomorrow will someday
also be realized and become their wishes of yester-
Above: The seniors of Thomas Carr Howe High School look
into the future as they walk down the aisle.
Below: While trying to get an education, students learn to deal
with having no water for a couple of hours when a fire hydrant
was hit and knocked out Howe's facilities.
Middle: Juniors Brandon .Spratt and Dennis Bratt get set
for a career in the military.
Opposite Page Middle; Brad Jones crams
are important in life.
s down his nutritious lunch. Good eating habits Opposite Page Bottom Right: English teacher, Mr. Dale Dinkens. knows keeping an
eye on students is important to helping them learn disciphne tor their future success.
Above: Seniors Stephanie Harris and Brandy Freeman
are having lots of fun playing a game of Heads or Tails.
Top Right: Seniors Mike Tieman and Carrie Deeter gaze
intently into each other's eyes while thinking of their
Left: Students Johanna Jackson and Farrah Rooncs learn
to serve others.
Top Right: Making friends with law enforcement can be
quite informative: Gina Bixler discovers this when she
encounters Security Guard Grooms.
Left: Marvin McGregor gets adxice from Mr. Michael
Bryant and Mr. Edward Murrell.
Above: Ernie Hicks thinks. "Milk does the bodv sood.'"
Below: Dealing with modern-day technology will prepare Glen Schmidt and James
Turner for the future.
Right: Learning about reproduction for future references, Mike Condon and Jennifer
Combs watch eggs hatch into chicks.
Bottom Left: Students get pepped up at the pep rally for Homecoming. Learning social
behavior is a part of high school.
Bottom Right: Jessica Poynter, Barbara Parks, and Kenneth Parran prepare breakfast
for their class. They should be able to cook in the future.
Left: Mr. Frank Tout retired as Principal of Howe after
forty years of dedicated service to the students of this
school. Others must now take over for him to help stu-
dents realize their dreams.
Below: Amanda Clontz, Chris Archer, Michael Patter-
son, Kyle Wallace. Richard Deanh. Mike Griffin, and
William Collins make use of marketable talents in art
Bottom Left: Rosemary Bailey took this picture and de-
veloped it in her Library Experience class, thus prepar-
ing her for a valuable skill if she chooses to use it.
Bottom Middle: Catherine Gleason looks as though she
is pepped up for the rally. This activity allows for the
learning of leadership qualities.
Bottom Right: Lenise Muse and Maurica Thompkins re-
view the SAT Handbook in Government.
Tomorrow 's Dreams
Left: Cheryl St. Lawrence and Rebekah Meek work on
the computers in the library, learning technical advance-
ments necessary for careers in the twenty-first century.
Middle Left: Ms. Francis Valentine, secretary to the
principal and office manager, is a slendid role model for
students with similar futures in mind.
Middle Right: Students sit back and listen at the assem-
bly. Learning manners in a public place is important for
Bottom Left: Fort Benjamin Harrison gives students a
close-up view of a helicopter. Andy Woodard, military
personnel, Debra Skates, Keisha Cooper, Charles Ad-
ams, and Christy Burke benefit from the demonstration.
Bottom Right: Teachers guide students for their futures.
Lisa McDonald, cheerleader sponsor, gives assistance to
Students often create to show off their skills or
to share an experience with others. The Art De-
partment offers opportunities for students to
sharpen their creative skills. There are many clas-
ses offered in the Art Department. These are Ce-
ramics, Craft Design, Basic and Advanced Art.
Commercial Art, and the department also plans to
have a course in Computer Graphics in the future.
No longer does the department offer Art Appre-
ciation and Jewelry.
The department suffered a loss this year when
Mrs. Pamela Denny-Rohrbach suddenly left to
join the Key Magnet "Renaissance" School. In
her place came a new teacher, Ms. Lisa Mc-
Donald. Ms. McDonald was a welcomed member
to the department.
Students sometimes use their skills and talents
from art classes to enter contests, such as the Scho-
lastic Regionals and the "500 Festival of Arts."
Howe students often bring honor to Howe in these.
The Art Department exists so that students can
explore various art activities, find out what op-
portunities are in art, and entertain themselves for
their own enjoyment.
Top Left: These students were a part of a class that
was eliminated because of a change in the faculty. The
faculty member was later reinstated and the class was
again created. Aaron Springer works hard on his jewel-
ry in this class.
Top Right: Ronald Palmer gets a drawing lesson from
Middle: Ryan Adams expresses his school spirit on a
well-made poster in art.
Right: Tommy Martin is using his cutting skills in art.
Abo\e: VVilliain l);i\is thinks hard as he cuts his paper
The Business Education Department
provides the skills needed for the twenty-
first century. The department offers ac-
counting, keyboarding, computer training,
typing, business law, office procedures,
record keeping. Marketing Education, and
Cooperative Office Education. Shorthand
was not offered this year because not
enough students signed up for it.
Two new classes existed in the depart-
ment this year. The first class was in com-
bination with the freshman families. The
first semester of this class was Introduc-
tion to Keyboarding taught by Mrs. Patri-
cia Aman for five weeks for each of three
groups. The second semester of this class
taught by Mrs. Debbie Bare ford was Life
Skills; each of the three groups spent time
in this class. The second new class to the
department was the team teaching of Mrs.
Bareford and Mr. Dave Stewart in Busi-
ness Management/Entrepreneurship and
New also in the department was the up-
grading of IBM programs to 3. 1 Windows
in the computer classes.
Above: Jennifer Masters and Melissa Loveless look
as though they're really getting into their work.
"Bad day girls?"
Top Left: Cassandra Graves, Veronica Eldridge. and
Amy Smith, "positioned correctly." of course, spend
another day practicing their typing skills.
Top Right: Jamie Bohannon and Cynthia Foley listen to
what Mr. John Skene says that would be important to
them in the future.
Middle: Leigha Woodson, Julie Bridges. Amy Dean, and
Cherish McKinney practice business skills that are sure
to assist them in later life.
Right: Paulina DeVore, Dianna Bennett, and Dale Kord
take advantage of their free class time to discuss the
Below: Jason Chapman, Amy Bennett, and Allison Kin-
ney discuss their group project.
Middle Right: April Davidson and Jenny Sims gather
information for their senior English class' oral report.
This year was an eventful year for the English De-
partment. Mr. John Ervin retired and was replaced
by Miss Mary Bancroft. Mr. Joe Vollmer came back
to join the staff and was welcomed by all. At the
beginning of the year much confusion was created
by extra teachers' schedules where no teacher exist-
ed and by overcrowded classes. Students were
moved in and out of classes at the beginning of the
year, and some spent some unstablizing times with
substitute teachers. Ms. Betsy Morse, who worked
with the over-aged middle school students, was a
new face in the department as well as Ms. Jada Ur-
quhart who was hired on to teach part of a schedule.
Families for freshmen created a little havoc until
social studies, math, and English teachers were able
to work out the bugs in the combined program of
these disciplines. English joined in more Tech Prep
projects working with and combining math, science,
and special education. American Studies and previ-
ously created Tech Prep classes continued to work
The department created minimum standards to be
reached by every student at each level of English.
These standards were based on the school's "four
essential skills" that all Howe students should be
able to demonstrate — problem solving; gathering,
processing, and managing information; integrating
information and skills; and using interpersonal skills.
Each English teacher received a welcomed Mac-
intosh computer for the classroom. The program on
the computer was Claris Works. Updating the tech-
nology was difficult for some, but not an insur-
mountable problem. Keeping the keyboard and the
mouse in the room was a greater problem with some
"sticky fingers" around.
Right: Taeonna Willis and Lenise Muse compare
notes in their work.
Above: Keith Caldwell and Debra Skates use team
work to find answers.
Right: James Cole, Brandy Bowen, Nakita Clanton,
David Nelson, Amanda Young, Derrick Horrall. and
Maurica Thompkins wait patiently for Mrs. Jatinder
Singh's sophomore class to begin.
Howe welcomed a few new foreign ex-
change students this year. In addition to the
two African students, the school has students
from Mexico, Spain, Brazil, Switzerland, and
Clubs are an active part of foreign lan-
guage. Dan Stanley is heading the German
Club. Clubs for French and Spanish are run
by Jody George.
Swiss foreign exchange student Isabelle
Due and senior Jenny Sims taught French at
middle schools this year. Also Jason Chap-
man spent four weeks in France, a wonderful
experience for any French student.
A new teacher. Dr. Bonnie Fisher, came to
Howe this year to teach the second year Latin
students. Howe lost its former Latin teacher,
Doyne Swinford, to another school.
Top: Advanced French students, Jason Chapman, Man-
dy Steffey, and Lindsay Russo, concentrate on what Ma-
dame George is saying.
Left: Mehssa Haskins Hstens so she can differentiate
Abo\ e: Annie Burford and Jennifer Urich find out thai
leamins a new ianauage isn't as easv as one miaht think.
Left: Mr. Bruce Moss always has time for his students.
Ryan Olson and Tyus Bridges consult him on this day.
Left Below: Mrs. Stella Vandivier does an outstanding
job of tackling student, parent, administrator, and teacher
problems whether the issues concern academics, sched-
uling, discipline, or whatever.
With the addition of Select Schools this year,
scheduling has been more of a problem than in
the past for Counselors. Adding to the Select
Schools' difficulties has been innovative clas-
ses with freshman families and tech prep classes
combined into block units for scheduling. The
constant change-over of teachers, losing teach-
ers and/or adding teachers, as well as over-
crowded classes, compounded the dilemmas of
scheduling for the department.
The department added a new Director of
Guidance after Mr. David Smartz served as act-
ing Director of Guidance for a while. Mr. Ar-
nold Nelson, former counselor at Howe, was
welcomed in this top position.
Counselors worked hard this year trying to
get students the classes they needed to graduate.
They were, for the first time in a long time, back
in the classrooms as teachers for a length of
time. Counselors taught orientation to the fresh-
man families classes.
Above: Mrs. Sandra Petty is now qualified to do all
things at one time — one would think.
Right: Mr. Carroll Rumble greets his students with a
very lively smile for this time of morning.
Above: Mrs. Mattie Ballow \ work piles up. as docs thai
of all the counselors, bul Mrs. Ballow siill mainl.iuis ,i
Rboue: Kathy Turner is teaching Vamika
Rict}ardson to use all items in the
Left : Jacob Peters is sitting down to
eat with his cooking group Hngie
Lindsay and Tony Gray.
This year the Home Econom-
ics Department mas studying
food sanitation. One of the
mays students studied this mas
by putting different foods in
dishes and letting them sit ouer
night so they mould grom bac-
teria. They also learned about
different diseases that result
from the toKins found in bacte-
The Home Economics De-
partment has a Home Economics
Club, mhich this year had a fund
raiser, and the members also
ment to the Museum of Art to
uiem the project "I Dream a
Btjoue: Ms. Therese Calhan poses for a
picture while cleaning up after her
Left: Preparing to cook a meal are
Christina Depp, Steue Bridges, Jamie
Boyd, Hmanda Brewster, and (in front)
I f)/Home Economics
Left: Uictor Roar works hard in drafting
to receive a passing grade.
Rig fit: Joe UJoods tielps Charlie Rdams
with his Industrial Rrts assignment.
Below: Mike Goodall demonstrates his
skill in phototgpesetting.
Industrial Technology Is a
course mhich prouides students
ujith an opportunity to practice
their skills. Students taking these
courses increase their knomledge
in a field ujhich mag some dag
become a part of their Hues.
This gear, the communitg
planning class was uiorking indi-
uidually on computers in a pro-
gram called Sun-Citg through
uihich theg planned all aspects of
a neuj citg.
HIso this gear, drafting
classes mere doing lots of com-
puter ujork. The graphic commu-
nication classes had neui pro-
grams and neui computers to do
Industrial Technology courses
haue prouen to be important In
the curriculum for students ujho
uiish to further their knowledge in
Left: Chester Bohannon, Robert Burford,
Ralph Jarre tt, Michael Rllenbeto stand
patiently to receive their papers from
The year of 1993 was an exciting year
for the Math Club. They took a trip to Nia-
gara Falls. They left October 20 and re-
turned October 23. The Math Department
received new computers, graphing calcu-
lators, and other materials that were need-
ed. The teachers seemed to be excited
about this and new programs including
Tech Prep, sophomore families, and fresh-
man families. Hopefully, these new pro-
grams will be successful in the future.
Top: Students react differently to problems in math
while Martha Diggle helps some in the class. Matt
Patterson, Jamie Boyd, Keisha Degraphenreed, Ste-
phanie Martinelle, Misty Plew, and Tracy Murphy
are those observed.
Bottom: Phung Tran, Kathryn Petty, and Melissa
Trotter are hard at work in Mrs. Carolyn Freeman's
math class, or are they hardly working?
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Above: Musse and Tedros Andemicael look as
though their gruehng over their English assignments
as Mr. Art Gonzalez helps them.
Right: Mr. Warren Dressier enjoys the food provided
by the Media Club using a Western theme.
Right: These students are able to use most of the new
technology in the library but choose to use books in
the fiction section.
Above: Gregory Schmidt, media assistant, aids
teachers by preparing food for them at the spring
The Media Center has become a panacea
of modem technology. Computer encyclo-
pedias, magazines, databases, and such were
in much demand in the library.
Elmo was the latest piece of technology to
be purchased by the Media Center. It copied
any printed material, pictures, film, or object
students needed onto a video floppy disk. The
zap-shot camera, a computer, and digitizer
was used with Elmo to produce pictures as
well as words. The film editor was added to
the Media inventory, allowing students to ed-
it videotapes they produces for class projects.
Ten Apple Macintosh computers were
available in the Center as a moveable com-
puter lab, allowing students to learn the Mac-
intosh in classrooms. The library was proud
of its collection of children's books made
available for the teaching of youngsters by
high school students. The Media Club con-
tinued its tradition of serving teachers lunch-
es to show their appreciation.
Above: Mr. Irvin Haas and Mrs. Joanna LefOer. librar-
ians, are busy getting things ready for the new school
Top Left: Photographer Stephanie Harris tried out the
equipment in the conditioning room.
Top Right: "Muscle Man" Chris Anderson heads for
the showers after a hard day's workout.
Right: Mr. Thomas Renie's gym class prepares for its
The Physical Education Department emphasizes fit-
ness for life during daily routines in all classes which
helps students' progress and helps each develop at his
or her own rate. Fitness and skill tests are an integral
pan of preparing the students. The basic Physical Edu-
cation classes are designed so that students experience
various activities and games which develop the individ-
ual physically and socially.
Conditioning and Team Sports are selected classes for
students who want to expand their athletic abilities on a
fitness level. The Health classes are designed to inform
students about healthy lifestyles. Information from var-
ious sources are presented and studied to help students
form opinions about the lifestyles best suited for each
situation. Second semester of Health again has been add-
ed to the curriculum to include a more detailed study of
drug education, family health, and communicable dis-
Nicole Quarles/Tom Renie
The Science Department formed a goal of more
hands-on activities for a new start this year. New also
this year was its department chairman, Mr. Bill Buckley,
who took over after the retirement of Mr. Robert Ed-
wards. Mr. Tim Jessup returned to the department and
was welcomed back. Mr. Bill Smith, having always
wanted a head coaching position, was given one at Tech
High; Tech's gain was Howe's loss. Each classroom in
the department received a new Macintosh computer, al-
lowing its instruction to reach toward modem technol-
ogy. This year also for the first time, the department
united with math and English for Tech Prep and fresh-
man families classes.
Top Left: Mr. Bill Smith prepares to give his final bi-
ology test here at Howe.
Top Right: Joshua Light is doing an experiment while
looking in a microscope.
Above: Tarrence Craft is taking a break from his biology
Left: Michael Deal, Kim Watson. Christina Helping, and
Levi McNeely are waiting for their assignment in ph\s-
Above: Ben Bundy looks as though he's domg a tine
job in preparing for a biology test.
Left: Laura Cary, Dora Noe, Jeff Parrish, and
Nicole Parker are waiting patiently for Mr.
David Stewart to begin another day of gov-
Right: Lorita Hill, Jeff McClure, and Carrie »- .
McFarland clutter their brains during worid mCS*^
Below: Amanda Brewster and Steve Fan-
work very hard during civics.
The Social Studies Department was working on getting
students more involved this year. The teachers were trying
to go toward less lecturing and more classroom invoh ement.
They had gotten together and redefined some old goals to
fit in with new concepts. The teachers were working on four
essential skills: ( 1 ) Problem Solving (2) Gathenng. Process-
ing, and Managing Information (3) Integrating Information
and Skills (4) Using Interpersonal Skills.
The loss of Mrs. Vicki Martich left the social studies clas-
ses very full and the teachers verv' busy. The entire mem-
bership of the department would be very- happy to ha\e Mrs.
Martich back. She was. moreover, missed by the students
who knew her.
Mr. Charles McGinley remarked that in the classroom
there needed to be 100% more interaction.
Above: Sharanda Carr, Jason Hamby, and Twyla Rag-
land study hard for a passing grade in civics.
Right: Mickelle Goss, Christy Welch, Rebecca Pierce
(■front to back;, Edith Carson, (front), and Christian Ellis
in economics class decide whether or not Clinton's
budget is good.
Above: Melissa Cotton studies hard for a test.
Left: Ms. Tamika Black had her class working in a cit-
Below; Ms. Tamika Black takes attendance while her
citizenship class reviews course work.
Homecoming festivities started with Spirit Week on
Monday, September 13. The first day students wore bag-
gy pants and Disney shirts. The next day was dress up
day, then sports logo day, after that class colors day, and
finally brown and gold day. The Homecoming Parade
started at Ellenberger Part at 6 P.M. on Thursday, Sep-
tember 17th, with a "Friends of Howe" pizza supper
before it. At 7:30 P.M. the game started. At half time
LeTina Tandy was crowned queen with Lindsay Russo,
first runner up, and Annie Burford, second runner up.
Howe won the game against Manual. It was the first win
of the year. There was a dance after the game, and Der-
rick Richardson was crowned king, with Jason Hamby,
first runner up, and Chris Wilson, second runner up.
Top Left: LeTina Tandy is all smiles after
winning the title of Fall Homecoming
Queen of 1993.
Top Right; Seniors decorate their cars as a
show of support for the Homecoming
Game — "No more after "94."
Middle: Volleyball team members Becky-
Hicks. Jennifer Hollenbaugh. Rhonda
Troutman, and Crystal Morelock cruise in
Senior Crystal Whitehead's truck during the
Left (Top to Bottom): Matt Zander. Jason
Thompson, and Christine Dearth do their
part in decorating the Howe Homecoming
Above: Angie Shadduck and friends break it down
during the Homecoming Dance.
Below: Hollie Bays shows her Hornet spirit by paint-
ing her face in alternating brown and gold.
Above: Howe Hornets football players crush a Manual
Redskin during the Homecoming Game, which illus-
trates well "Howe" the game went.
Below: Mandy Steffey and Dora Noe hold the Howe
banner as they march down the streets during the
Below: Donald Engle and Chris Wilson pose as cheer-
leaders during the pep rally. How about some skirts,
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TCHOVE HIGH SCHOOL
Right: Math Club (Left to Right): Back Row: Brandy
Plew, Chad Marshall, Doug Sims. Middle Row: Debi
Williams, Jason Chapman, Kevin Conrad, Justin Morris,
Chad Price. Front Row: Jamie Bohannon, Mickelle
Goss, Tricha Wilson, Jessica Bell.
Left: Stage Design (Left to Right): Back Row: Ray Clif-
ton, Ryan Adams, Mike Bell, Glen Schmidt. James
Turner, James Lynch. Front Row: Christina Ball. Carrie
McFarland, Matt Zander, Christina Dearth, Jamie
Right: Girls Track Team (Left to Right): Back Row:
Sean Marcum, John Wiggins (Coaches). Second Row:
Jennifer Perdue, Brandy Bowen, Carrie Hubbard, Chris-
ty Burke, Tamika Adams. Front Row: Amanda Young,
Christina Burgess, Cassie Weidner.
Left: Thespians (Left to Right): Back Row: Sam Hobbs.
Josh Roof. Dave Nelson. Carrie Deeter. Kenny Burnett.
Front Row: Laura Keller, Whitney McDonald, Elizabeth
Tull, Annie Dearth.
Right: Hilltopper Staff (Left to Right): Back Row: Dean-
na Quarles, Kane Poynter, Gina Bixler, Brandy Free-
men, Stephanie Harris, Debi Williams. Front Row: Heidi
Wurster, Nicole Quarles, Tracy Quarles, Danny Kord.
Right: JROTC Rifle Team (Left to Right): Back Row:
William Nichols, John Pasch, Scotty Jett, Michael 01-
lanketo, C.J. Roark, Jeremy Niemann. Front Row: Jim
Parry, Chad Price, Dennis Bratt.
Right: International Club (Left to Right): Back Row:
Brandy Freeman, Jason Chapman, Mandy Steffey. Front
Row: Jennifer Weaver, Chad Price.
Left: French Club (Left to Right;: Back Row: Chad
Price, Mandy Steffey, Jason Chapman, Debi Williams.
Front Row: Justin Morris, Beth Gilpin. Brandy Freeman.
Right: German Club (Left to Right): Back Row: Kathy
McMillian, Mr. Dan Stanley. Front Row: Carla Nie-
mann, Jessica Bell.
Right: Pen Points (Left to Right): Back Row: Kari
Childers, Brandy Freeman, Misty Dinn, Meilssa
Loveless, Mickelle Goss. Front Row: Dora Noe,
Lindsay Russo, Heidi Wurster, Jessica Bell.
Left: Academic Competition (Left to Right): Back Row:
Debi Williams, Robin Rogers, Jason Chapman, Jamie
Bohannon, Josh Roof, Nicole Duncan, Brandon Spratt,
Aaron Springer. Front Row: Brandy Plew, Annie Dearth,
Elizabeth Tull, Grant McDonald, Laura Keller, Jessica
Bell, Mickelle Goss.
Right: Brain Game (Left to Right): Front Row: Elizabeth
Tull, Grant McDonald, Laura Keller, Jessica Bell. Back
Row; Errol Spears, Nicole Duncan, Brandon Spratt, Aar-
Left: Success Without Drugs Team (Left to Right): Third
Row: Kanisha Amos, Sam Hobbs, William Malone, Cor-
ey Fields, Wayne Brown, Joanne Wright, Heather Tay-
lor, Joe Winchester, Dennis Boyd, Karie Poynter, Robert
Sheets, Kevin Starr, Josh Roof, Sponsor Chuck Page.
Second Row: Grant McDonald, Kate Eytchison, Carrie
Brown, Natalie Mertz, Lindsay Russo, Dora Noe, Dawn
Smith, Kari Childers, Nicole Duncan, Amiee Zoeller.
Tony Petty, Elizabeth Tull, Jessica Bell. First Row: Jen-
nifer Hollenbough, Crystal Morelock, Carrie Deeter.
Heidi Wurster, Heather Tolin, Becky Hicks. Jennifer
Piersall, Jennifer Urich, Jason Tucher, Amanda Young.
Right: Spanish Club (Left to Right): Back Row: Mr. Joe
Vespo, Chad Price, Tashia Guynn, Jamie Bohannon, De-
bi Williams, Carrie Deeter. Front Row: Nicole Duncan,
Elizabeth Tull, Mickelle Goss, Dora Noe, Justin Morris.
Left: Student Council (Left to Right); First Row: Chad
Price, Cheryl St. Lawrence, Marsha Guynn. Veronica
Elderidge, Sarah Daniels, Laura McBumie. Second
Row: Tashia Guynn, Twannette Harrington. Misty Dinn,
LaToya Preer. Lonta Hill. Hollie Bays. Third Row: Jen-
nifer Weaver. Brandon Spratt. Kari Childers. Mandy
Steffey, Derrick Richardson, Justin Morris, Doug Sims,
Right: Cooperative Office Education, COE, (Left to
Right): Back Row: Shannon Smith, Dietra Taylor, An-
thony Petty, Telisa Hill, Yvonne Perry. Front Row: Lau-
ra Ramsey, Jessica Hammond.
Left: Tower Staff (Left to Right): Back Row": Chris Nel-
son, Brandy Freeman. Misty Dinn. Melissa Loveless.
Front Row: Dora Noe. Kari Childers, Lindsay Russo.
Heidi Wurster, Jessica Bell.
Right: French Club (Left to Right): Sarah Daniels, Man-
dy Steffey, Jason Chapman, Debi Williams.
Left: Mentor (Left to Right): Front Row: Carrie Deeter,
Lashawn Kirk, Laura McBumie, Rickey Canady, Chris-
tine Dearth, TeLisa Hill. Second Row: Mr. Bryant, Ms.
Carroll, Latina Tandy, Adriana Kendall, Misty Dinn,
Carrie Stewart, Dave Davis, Sabea Smith, Cheryl Max-
well. Third Row: Kevin Conrad, Charles Anderson, Da-
vid Moenius, Crystal Whitehead, Derrick Richardson,
Marvin McGregor, James Irby, Scott Mitchell, Joshua
Right: Industrial Cooperative Technology (Left to
Right): Third Row: Lisa Jackson, Sandy Jenkins, April
Nalley, Michelle Evans, Jason Wilson, John Harris,
Shawn Kirk, LaTasha Chatman, Kim Litteral, Ken
Marks. Second Row: Karen Parker, Christy Welch, Don-
ald Engle, Edith Carson, Chris Wilson, Tamika Schmidt,
Christian Ellis, Heather Hopkins, Joanne Wright. First
Row: Jeff Parrish, Linda Milbum, Aundrea Kendall, Ad-
Left: National Honor (Left to Right): Third Row: Evelyn
Keaton, Brandi Plew, Chad Marshall, Jason Chapman,
Jamie Bohannon, Kevin Conrad, Justin Morris. Second
Row: Jennifer Ireland, Nicole Duncan, Laura Keller,
Jennifer Weaver, Tashia Guynn, Amy Whiteman, Grant
McDonald. Front Row: Carrie Deeter, Christine Dearth.
Dora Noe, Elizabeth Tull, Trisha Wilson, Mickelle Goss.
Top: Andy Woodard. Mike Gaton. and John Pritchard
1 1 are trying out their new make-up tips for the musical
^ ' CINDERELLA.
Left: Jason Thompson takes a breather after his scene in
last year's musical CINDERELLA.
Far Left: Tonya Spurgeon marches down Juhan holding
Top: Mr. Tom Lewis conducts his on-looking students
so that they may strive for excellence.
Above: Jake Peters marches in time while banging on
his big drum.
Above Right: Misty Plew, as a member of the flag girls
for the band, keeps pace with the marching group.
Right: The Howe Marching Band steps in time to the
music as the band plays on.
Below: The orchestra prepares to play "Unchained Mel
Below: Elizabeth Tull and Josh Roof sing their Alma ody" at Howe's annual Pops Concert.
Mater as the Varsity Singers perform at the Pops Con- Bottom: Elizabeth Tull graces us with a smile as she get
cert. her hair done for the musical.
Left: Howe's Concert Choir watches Mr. Thomas Lewis
as he leads them through "Cantata Domino" at their
Below: The orchestra class rehearses for their next per-
Right: The piano class learns not only to play the piano
but al.so to read music.
Above: Jennifer Hollenbaugh and Annie Dearth take a
break from playing to listen to their teacher.
Left: Sam Hobbs dons his sunglasses as Varsity Singers
pertbmi "The 30 Stales' Rap."
ROGER ^- ^e B=o3a« ^^^g^ W
Below (Left to Right): Senior Principal Characters: Mike
Tieman, Leading Player; Mike Deal, Pippin.
Below (Top to Bottom): Senior Principal Characters:
Carrie Deeter, Fastrada; Christina Dearth, Catherine.
This past spring, Howe's music department presented the mu-
sical. Pippin, by Stephen Schwartz. Tom Lewis was the director,
assisted by Kevin Friedly and choreographer Linda Rees. Pippin
is about a group of actors who come together to portray the life
of King Charlemagne's son. Pippin. In this musical comedy.
Pippin searches for fulfillment in his life. He searches through
the "Glory" of the Crusades, through being Emperor of the Holy
Roman Empire, and through love.
The principal characters were Leading Player, Mike Tieman;
Pippin, Mike Deal; King Charlemagne, Josh Roof; Lewis, Sam
Hobbs; Fastrada, Carrie Deeter; Berthe, Elizabeth Tull; and
Catherine, Christine Dearth. The many talented chorus members,
along with the principals, made this production a success.
has been a tradition at Howe to produce an outstanding
musical each spring. Howe is known for its musicals, and this
success must continue. The musical would not have been a suc-
cess, however, without the support of the students and staff The
cast hoped that people did "Spread a Little Sunshine" and kept
the word around about Pippin. The cast members also asked for
others to get on "The Right Track" and to put March 1 1 and
12, 1994, on their calendars because the musical was to be there
in "No Time At All." It was thought no one should have wanted
10 miss it, for they (the members of the cast) had "Magic To
Do," just tor each one!
Above (Left to Right): Junior Principal Characters: Josh
Roof, King Charlemagne; Elizabeth Tull, Berthe; Sam
Above: Orchestra (Left to Right): Fourth Row:
James Brown, John Ollanketo, Hadley Roof, Leshe
Bartolowits. Third Row: Annie Burford, Melissa
Hoskins, Natalie Marshall, Alicia Hager, Deborah
Williams, Paulina DeVore, Stephanie Martinelle,
Brandy Bowen, Bobbi Wesner, Barbara Parks,
Christine Helpling. Second Row: Christine Dearth,
Annie Dearth, Jennifer Hollenbaugh, Mari Capps,
Rebecca Wiker, Anne Jones, Amy Dean, Cynthia
Foley, Misty Neighbors, Crystal Staples, Monica Ed-
wards. First Row: Leonna Helton, Jennifer Ireland,
Sarah Planalp, Crystal Matrau, Twannette Harring-
Above: Concert Choir (Left to Right): First Row: Johnnie Johnson, Laura Keller,
Rebekah Meek, Christine Dearth, Rene Saulsbery, Starr McFarland, Monique Lan-
ge, Mary Stamps, Tara Bake'r, Elizabeth Tull. Second Row: Jamie Boyd, Carrie
Deeter, Nicole Duncan, Jennifer Lake, Shannon Hunter, Gina Tetrick, Christine
Farber, Mandy Steffey. Cassie Weidner. Brandy Johnson, Annie Dearth. Laura
McBumie. Third Row: Cynthia Foley. Debbie Ingram. Ricky Canady. Darron Pow-
ell. Chris Archer, Kevin Starr. Josh Roof, Justin Morris. Sam Hobbs. Daxid Nelson.
Doug Sims, Jamaal Reedus, Robert MuUinex, Luciana Duerson. Natalie Blackwell.
Above Top: Band (Left to Right): First Row: Brandi Plew, Christy
Butler, Stacy Eisey, Kelly Kerr. Trisha Wilson, Michelle Akins. Second
Row: Jessica Bell, Tina Comett, Jennifer Weaver, Keith Owens, David
Keglar, LaShawn Kirk, Michael Hollenbaugh, Carrier Hubbard, Kevin
Conrad, Third Row (sitting): Tasha Clark, Kelly Rothwell (standing)
James Buskirk, Jason Isenberg, Jeffery Barker, Justin Morris, Tanya
Spurgeon, Jason Chapman, Christopher Anderson, Karen Dunn, (sit-
ting) Ann Marie Hucks, Tenika Witt, Amanda Young. Fourth Row:
Jamie Bohannon (Drum Major), Charlie Watson, Joe Keith, Joseph
Marshall, Jacob Peters, Thomas Stone. William Nichols. Mr. Keith
Above: Varsity Singers (Left to Right): From Row: Hli/abcth lull.
Josh Roof, Carrie Deeter, Mike Deal, Sam Hobbs, Gina Tetnck,
Kevin Starr, Annie Dearth. Back Row: Nicole Duncan, Jason
Thompson, Laura Keller. David Nelson. Brands Johnson, Justin
MoiTis. Cindy Foley.
Left: Mr, Keith Whuc loins in u nh the b.md.
Below: The landing of a helicopter was one of the
most impressive activities of the class.
Bottom Left: Sergeant Malone participates in the in-
spection for Eric Grimes, Jeff Wynne, and David
Above: Some Howe students were asking a gentle-
man from Fort Harrison if after they graduate they
could have a career in the military.
Below: Jeff Wynne sits in class hstening to the teach-
Below: Inspection was often rigorous for members as
Scott Childers, Becky Golden, Maria McCleandon, and
Below: The JROTC Color Guard, Tara Baker.
Chad Price, Jimmy Parry, and Dennis Brati, is
followed by the cheerleaders as they march m
the Homecoming Parade.
The students of the JROTC group had a
larger enrollment this year. The Howe troupe
seemed more disciplined this year also. Be-
cause of larger enrollment, this meant the in-
spections were larger. For inspections,
JROTC students had to learn the three gen-
eral orders. They also had to wear their uni-
forms to school each Thursday for these in-
JROTC students did a lot of marching this
year. The Veterans' Day Parade in November
was a big day for Howe's military marching.
The Color Guard of this class represented
Howe at all games, school parades, and as-
semblies. The primary goal of the JROTC
class was to motivate students to be better
Below: Students gather around the helicopter as it lands
in the parking lot.
Below: Copy Editor Jessica Bell reads on as a story gets printed Below: News Editor Rebekah Meek cuts articles
up on the computer in TOWER, out of the newspaper for TOWER.
Above: Senior and Editor Brandy Freeman looks in- Below: Editor Lindsay Russo and Assistant Sports Editor Whit-
tensely into the computer as she works on the next ney McDonald look over an editorial for the TOWER.
"BIG" story. Right: Sports Editor Crystal Whitehead and Reporter Keon
Searcey put their heads together for a news story.
Below: Melissa Loveless, feature editor, edits her
page before it goes to press.
Below Left: Columnist Steve Abner and Copy
Editor Jessica Bell put together articles for TOW-
Below Right: Columnist Steve Abner looks into
some information for "Abner's Attitude."
Most of the staff this year had never worked on
the newspaper before; most had not even taken
joumaHsm. But like troupers, they dug in and did
the job, learning as they went along.
This year's paper had two staffs; each staff put
out a paper every other week. The amount of work
done was exceptional. Papers were out even on the
weeks with half days and holidays in them. This
staff put out in total number more than any in the
last several years.
Karl Childers and Lindsay Russo were editors
for one staff; Brandy Freeman, for another. The
editors and page editors were diligent and hard
working. Some made the layouts for the pages on
the computer and others learned how.
The TOWER was completely computer gener-
ated; after print-ready copies were made, produc-
tion classes in Industrial Technology made copies
for the student body. The computer broke down
only once; the printer, only once; and the scanner,
only once. The floppy disks were damaged more
than once. The staff had a difficult time trying to
connect the new zap camera pictures to the com-
Far Left: News Editor Heidi Wurster finds im-
portant errors when editing.
Below: Feature Editor Monique Lange prepares
articles for the newspaper.
Left: Editor Kari Childers smiles at a job well-
done in the TOWER.
Above: Crystal Whitehead supports Howe during the
Homecoming Game against Manual by making sure her
ride is in Hornet decor.
Right: Ray Clifton seems to be enjoying himself while
participating with Student Council in trying to get our
Homecoming float for the parade completed.
Above: Howe students leave the pep session with smiles
of appreciation on their faces.
Right: Joanna Wright and Heather Taylor, the "Beast
Girls." show their Hornet pride during the Homecoming
Student Council Supports Activities
Above: Students stand around Mrs. Patricia Aman to
hear her instructions for the pep assembly.
Right: Howe students are ready to cheer for the Home-
coming Pep Rally.
Below: Lorita Hill's father supports the school in many
ways, often with his own time and money. He dresses
up to be Howe's mascot.
Above: The Howe Varsity Football Team stands in rec-
»* ognition for fan support.
„ Below: Howe fans, Miesha Searcey and Silvia Mays still
J.. had enough energy after shouting at the Homecoming
^^l^ Game to attend the dance afterward and enjoy them-
Left: Carrie Hubbard, with the Coach Sean
Marcum and Coach John Wiggins, discusses
the strategies for the next meet.
Right: Dave Mathis shows complete concen-
tration as he clears another low hurdle.
Below: Johnny Ray blows the competition
out in the two mile.
The '92- '93 Track Team looked a little shab-
by in the beginning, but eventually turned into
a top City contender. With returning seniors
Dave Mathis and Damon Bryant and Junior Da-
mon Turner the Hornet Track Team put up a
good fight against all competitors. Placing third
at both IPSAC and City, the Hornets did excep-
tionally well for an inexperienced team. Next
year, look out for returning Junior Corey
Vaughn and Sophomore Johnny Ray.
Above: Jimmy Quarles fights for first place in the 800m.
Right: Damon Bryant leaps over the high jump bar in
Top Left: Outstanding Senior Damon Bryant managed
to win fourth place in the Regionals for Howe track in
the 800 meter.
Top Right: Senior and "Athlete of the Year 1993" Dave
Mathis won the Sectionals and Regionals and represent-
ed Howe at the State Finals, finishing with second place
in the high hurdles and fourth place in the low hurdles
and capturing another remarkable record for Howe.
Above: Jason Thompson puts all of his power behind the
Right: Jamie Boyd shows her ambition for winning as
she waits for the gun.
Far Left: Showing excellent form, William Malone
serves up a wicked pitch.
Left: Getting the ball in the pocket is imponant to the
catcher, Dan Poynter.
Below: Grant McDonald gives "Hornet" power to his
Below: Varsity Baseball Team (Left to Right): Back Raymer, James Brown, Grant McDonald. Front Row;
Row: Assistant Coach Mike Hepler, Head Coach Tom Dennis Boyd, Donte Nichols, Kyle Wallace, Eric Mahin,
Renie, Lam Do, Dan Poynter, Randy Lyons, Branden Chris Wilson, David Moenius, William Malone.
The 1993 Baseball Team was a team to
make Howe proud. The team was young and
inexperienced but came in second in the In-
dianapolis Public Schools Athletic Competi-
tion games. The team, in spite of a pre-season
loss, kept a positive attimde at all times and
ended the season with a 9-13 record.
The captains for the team were all remm-
ing seniors — Eric Mahin, Randy Lyons, and
Branden Raymer. The coaches. Physical Ed-
ucation Department Chairman and Head
Coach Thomas Renie and math teacher and
Assistant Coach Mike Hepler. had high hopes
for the team. Renie stated that the team want-
ed a chance to prove itself.
Above: Junior Varsity Baseball Team (Left to Right):
Back Row: Chris Anderson, Chris Reed, Keith Young,
Mike Pratt, Matt Beck, Eddie Hix, Coach Mike Hepler.
Front Row: Torrence Twyman, Robert Sheets, Kevin
Starr, Ryan Sterrett, Shawn Cline, Shawn Allen, Dale
Left: Coach Renie keeps on top of the game with stats
along with Donte Nichols.
Below; Coach Smith confers with Jason Russo and Tom
Below: Mike Tieman has learned the importance of the
follow through of his swing.
The 1993 Golf Team had a good year
with a record 6-7 win/loss. The most val-
uable player title was given to Mike Tier-
nan. This very determined team's score
improved to the point that they were the
best we've had in three years.
Above Far Left: Darin Games puts his full concentration
in this drive.
Above Middle: Joe Winchester tries to line up the balli]
and the objective.
Above: With a stressful look. Tom Morgan begins his
Left: Boys Golf Team (Left to Right): Back Row: Coach
Bill Smith. Darin Cames. Keidi Owens. Mike Tieman. |T
Andy Dammeyer. Joe Winchester. Chris Gross. Front 1 s
Row: Jason Russo. Tom Morgan.
Top Right: Christina Dearth tries to anticipate the
Above: Shannon Hunter doesn't break a sweat this
Middle Right: Julie Bridges appears to be in thought
as she approaches the court.
Above: Jennifer Urich finds the strength for this hit.
Giris Tennis Team (Left to Right): Back Row: Coach
Terry Mahler, Karie Poynter, Julie Bridges. Brad Law-
master. Middle Row: Annie Burford, Aimee Zoeller,
Shannon Hunter. Front Row: Christina Dearth, Jennifer
Howe's Girls Tennis Teain had a very
good start this year. This is the first year for
all of them, and it's a freshman group, that
is, all but one. Consequently, there is great
potential for this group.
Under the direction of Head Coach Terry
Mahler, Assistant Coach Jennifer McNally,
and Student Assistant Brad Lawmastcr the
team improved rapidly. It .seems this team
will go far next year.
More than anything the loam is Inn. The
team members arc hard workers, and they
care about their game.
Above-. Softball Team (Left to Right): Back Row: Lind- Top Right: Jennifer Hollenbaugh waits and anticipates
say Russo, Jennifer Weaver, Missy Bow, Crystal Whi- the ball's curve and speed.
tehead. Missy Saiyers, Julie Thompson, Hollie Bays,
Coach Gary Gill. Front Row; Vicki Beck, Heather Tolin, Middle: Crystal Whitehead stares at the batter, waiting
Jennifer Hollenbaugh, Crystal Morelock, Karen Parker, for the ball to come her way. , ^ ,, ^ -r , j , ,u
„ , ,,. , „ 1 ,, Opposite Page Bottom Left: Heather Tolin ducks as the
Becky Hicks, Brandy Johnson. ^^ I ,. i. j
Bottom Right: Vicki Beck and Lindsay Russo enjoy mu- ball approaches her head.
Top: A pitched ball is a hazard to be avoided. sic while nourishing the body before practice.
Left: Heather Tolin tries to confuse the baiter with a
Middle: Coach Gill tires up the "Lady Hornets" for
The "Lady Hornets" Softball Team
came back with a more powerful sting
than ever. With the help of new coach,
Gary Gill, the Girls Softball Team came
back with determination.
The captain. Missy Salyers, was not
around for the spring of 1994 season, but
she was remembered and missed.
Crystal Morelock, Crystal Whitehead,
and Heather Tolin were a force to watch
in the 1994 season.
Left: Captain Salyers
knows that ground balls
can be dangerous for jam-
ming fingers, but she
waits for the ball to come
Above: Mike Mundy throws the ball to a teammate for
Right: Freshman Football Team (Left to Right): Back
Row: Coach Paul Miller, Coach Walker, Coach Mike
Hepler. Third Row: Steve Chism, Christopher Crabtree,
Patrick Page, Patrick Litteral, James Allen, Ross Child-
ers, Louis Locander, Michael Hollenbaugh, Damon Tay-
lor. Second Row: Kurt Mitchell, Michael Raines, Lance
Huggins, John Dicken, Jeffery Hamilton, John Ollan-
keto, Mike Bozarth, Jack Jackson. Front Row: Zachary
.Meek, Coleman Anderson, Michael Hobson, Desional
Irby, Damon Thompkins, Damon Turner, Ronald
•McGraw, Reggie Short.
The Football Team did not bat 1000, but its record
was not embarrassing. They won as many as they lost,
4-4 record. Most important, the team won the games
that meant a lot to them, the Homecoming Game and
the game with Tech High School.
Coach Harpold was happy for the new classifica-
I tion Howe received because of its low male enroll-
ment. Howe was no longer classified as 5A but as 4A.
This year's Captains Derrick Richardson and Josh
Wakelam should not have been totally unhappy with
their team's performance for the year. A loss at Sec-
tionals did not please the team, but should not have
taken away from the enjoyment they gave the fans
throughout the year. The team can, however, be proud
of winning third in IPSAC and sixth in City.
Honors on the team were given to Scott Wessel,
Mental Attitude; Derrick Richardson, MVP; Scott
Wessel and David Davis, Outstanding Offensive and
Defensive Linesmen; Mike Mundy, Wayne Brown
and Derrick Horrall, Desional Irby, Outstanding Jun-
ior, Sophomores, and Freshman; Josh Wakelam,
Steve Harton Award; and Pat Page, Freshman Mental
Left; Jerry Pryuer hugs the ball tightly to keep opponents
from stealing his thunder.
Below: Varsity Football Team (Left to Right): Back
Row: Coach Dick Harpold, Trainer Jim Keenan, Coach
Charles Page, Assistant Ron Finkbiner. Fourth Row: Da-
vid Unseld, Richard Grubb, Matt Patterson, Wayne
Brown, Lam Do, Dennis Boyd, Kevin Starr, Mike Mun-
dy, Danny Poynter. Third Row: Donovan Hill, Derrick
Horrall, Grant McDonald, Kevin Griffin, David Twitty,
Brad Jones, Scott Childers, Chester Combs. Second
Row: Kevin Sullivan, Darrell Davis, Scott Wessel, Craig
Smith, Keith Young, Charlie Adams, Jerry Pryuer, Ken-
neth Combs, Josh Morey. Front Row: Jerry Young, Ja-
son Thompson, Keith Owens, David Davis, Derrick Ri-
chardson, Josh Wakelam, Charlie Anderson, David
Moenius, Damon Tumer, James Irby.
' 57-. .76.
Below: The volleyball team is getting ready to play a
good game with a good cheer.
Right: Jennifer Hollenbaugh is hitting the bail for some-
one to set it.
Bottom: Varsity Volleyball Team (Left to Right): Back
Row: Danny Kord, Rhonda Troutman, Jennifer Lake,
Coach Brian Hawkins, Becky Hicks, Lindsay Russo.
Front Row: Crystal Morelock, Heather Tolin, Crystal
Whitehead, Jennifer Hollenbaugh.
Howe's girls volleyball teams had an ex-
cellent season this year. The varsity finished
with a third place win in IPSAC. Skill levels
improved throughout the year, and overall at-
titude also greatly improved towards the end
of the season. One of the new techniques the
team had been using was a rotation defense
with specialized played position on the court.
New Head Coach Brian Hawkins, an 87
graduate from Howe, replaced Ms. Pamela
Rohrbach when she transferred to a different
school. Hawkins led the team into a better
season. Varsity captains were two seniors:
Crystal Whitehead and Heather Tolin.
The team is really looking forward to next
season. They hope to get some good incom-
ing freshman and have a much better year.
Above: JV Volleyball Team (Left to Right): Back Row:
Tara Baker, Misty Neighbors, Leonna Helton, Paulina
DeVore, Christine Farber, Rachel Brake, Danny Kord.
Middle Row: Crystal Matrau, Isabella Due, Dianna Ben-
nett, Brandy Burwinger, Brandy Jones. Front Row: Amy
Dean, Alisha Hager, Tara Faryna.
Top Right: Brandy Burwinger and Alisha Hager work
to block the spike from the other team.
Right: The volleyball team is working hard to get ready
for a game.
Above: Soccer Team (Left to Right): Back Row:
Paul Pritchard, Chad Price, Andy Dammeyer,
Josh Roof, Sam Hobbs, John Pasch, Coach
Moore. Middle Row: Kathleen Reeves, Kevin Gar-
ita, Hadley Roof, Zen Nile Seifu, Josh Yeager, Jes-
sica Halswell. Front Row: Jose Oliveira, Mike Deal,
Mike Tieman, Musse Andemicael, Tedro Andemi-
Soccer: During the summer veteran players banded to-
gether and diligently practiced at a local park. After the
official start of fall sports, the team had only seven play-
ers and was facing a disappointing season. However, due
to a few devout players, the Howe Soccer team soon saw
its numbers soar to seventeen. This has been the largest
team in the past six years. Unfortunately, the soccer team
had many problems with player's attitudes. This caused
unnecessary delay in the coaching efforts of Mr. Moore
and Paul Pritchard. All things considered, the "93 season
did have a positive outcome, and next year will undoubt-
edly see a big improvement!
Girls Golf: The Senior members of the team this year
were Mandy Steffey and Amy Whiteman. The Girls Golf
Team was very small. When watching students enjoy
themselves, it makes one wonder why more students
don't participate on the team.
Left: Josh Roof passes off to Chad Price, hoping he'll
get it down the field for a goal.
Right: Mike Deal and opposing team members try their
hardest to see the net while playing in the dark after the
assistance of the field lights.
Above: Lisa Quiett looks on as her golf ball soars through the air.
Right: Girls Golf Team (Left to Right): Coach Terry Mahler, Lisa Quiett,
Aimee Zoeller, Amy Whiteman, Captain Mandy Steffey, and Amanda
Right: Team Captain Mandy Steffey hauls back her golf club, having
high hopes of a hole-in-one.
Above: Aimee Zoeller concentrates while waiting to begin her game.
Below: Boys Tennis Team (Left to Right): Tony Gray, Brandon
Spratt, Justin Morris, Joe Buergelin, Coach Jamie McFarland.
Above: Tony Gray deft) slams one right back to his opponent, and
Justin Morris (right) sets up for a ser\er.
The Boys Tennis Team this year was so
small there was no captain. All members
were co-captains. Everyone improved and
put a lot of effort into his practice and
game. Brandon Spratt. in fact, won his
first match for Howe and was proud of it.
Tony Gray was the only person able to
play at IPSAC this year. The coach. Jamie
McFarland a professional instructor and
player, was exceptionally good. He
worked with individuals a great deal, even
using his own time. The coach did not em-
phasize constant wins but expected each
to do the best he could.
Below: Ready . . . Set . . . The lady swimmers get ready to splash to victory.
Below: Jamie Bohannon, Heather Taylor, and Carrie Hubbard watch other team mem-
bers practicing for their meet.
Below: Heather Tolin and Coach McNally look over the
team's new swimming suits.
The Girls Swimming Team got off to a rough start be-
cause they were unable to practice at Tech's pool at first
because of a problem there. One of the major problems of
the team was its size; it was so small Howe often lost points
because of having no one to enter in particular events. The
team needed a diving coach but managed with Jennifer
McNally trying to serve swimmers and divers. One of the
highlights for the girls was when they received new uni-
forms this year.
Laura McBumie won the 200 and 500 at IPSAC for the
team. A first in IPSAC and a third in City was awarded to
Amanda Young in Diving. As a team Howe was first in City
for the 400 style relay. Laura McBurnie and Heather Tolin,
captains should be proud of their team.
Above Left: Jennifer McNally, the girls swimming coach,
gets thrown into the water by enthusiastic winners of the
Left: Girls Swimming Team (Left to Right): B.ick Row-
Coach Jennifer McNally, Cindy Foley, Amanda 'i oung.
Carrie Hubbard, Trisha Wilson. Front Row : Shannon Hunt-
er, Heather Taylor, Jamie Bohannon, Laura McBurnie.
CiuU Su immiiiii.M
Top Left: Boys Cross Country Team (Left to Right):
Coach Sean Marcum, Dennis Cook, Jimmy Quarles.
Johnny Ray. David Allen. George Darden. Coach Martin
Top Right: Amanda Young is not running away from
anything; she's running toward success.
Determination, hard work, perseverance,
and proper coaching marked 1 993-94" s Cross
Country Team. This season's team had a \en,
good year even though they did not place as
well as they wanted. The teams were much
smaller than the coaches would have liked.
but what they did have pleased them.
Abo\e Left: Johnn\ Ray keeps his pace while practiciiig
at Ellenberger Park.
-Above: Girls Cross Country Team (Left to Right): Coach
Martin Sam. Jenny Perdue. Cassie Weidner. Amanda
Young. Coach Sean Marcum.
Below: Golden Gals (Left to Right): Front Row: Laura
Gary, Leafy Dunnam, Brandy Bowen, Mickelle Goss,
Nicole Duncan, LaToya Freer, Jackie Claffey, Anne
Jones. Back Row: Former Howe Student, Mrs. Becky
Hicks, Kim Watson, Farrah Rooney, Monique Lange,
Rebekah Meek, Melissa Loveless, Hollie Bays, Tamika
Smith, Dallene Harpold.
If anyone has ever attended a Howe game,
he might have noticed some girls down the
sideHnes with the players and wondered who
they were. These ladies are called the Golden
Gals. At the games, they pass out programs,
run water, keep stats and score, and clean the
stadium after the games.
The Golden Gals leader Dallene Harpold,
the coach's wife, keeps the girls very busy
making posters and banners to hang around
the school to boost school spirit.
This year captains were Juniors Nicole
Duncan and Mickelle Goss. The team would
send a great thanks to the sponsors and the
football players for a great season.
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Above: Chad Gillum and Golden Gal Brandy Bowen
show school spirit in the Homecoming Parade.
Above: The Golden Gals wait on the field for the begin-
ning of the Homecoming Pep Rally.
Top Left: Trying to beat his top score of 26 points in a
game, Marvin McGregor, with an easy shot, takes it to
Top Right: Varsity Basketball Team (Left to Right): An-
tonio Hombeak, Herald Keys, Marvin McGregor, Al-
fonzo Torrence, Steve Forbes, Brian Williams, Derrick
Richardson, Mike Mundy, Will Malone, Ricky Whatley.
Right: Darnell Davis, with the right, goes up for a lay
The Lady Hornets Basketball Team had a
very competitive year. Coach Charles Page
has put in a lot of time and effort into the
team. Although the record wasn't quite good,
the team worked very hard and improved
The team was led by Seniors Danyale
Buckner, Heather Hopkins, Heather Tolin,
and Crystal Whitehead which boosted the
team into a win in the City Tournament. Keep
your eyes open to see next year's team take
it all the way to the top.
Above: Sharanda Carr leaps forward for a two-point bas-
Right: Reserve Girls Basketball Team (Left to Right):
Back Row; Carrie McFarland, Tina Comett, Demetria
Stringer, Alicia Hager, Lindsay Russo, Vicki Beck.
Front Row: Jennifer Purdue, Shana Relford, Becky
Hicks. Amanda Young, Tara Baker.
Above Left: Alisha Hager tries to make an extraordina,'^
pass around a Cyclops.
Above: Danyale Buckner takes a jump shot to score an
other winning basket.
Left: Crystal Whitehead takes a shot for the lead.
Above: Heather Tolin makes a pass around her oppo-
Below: Deanna Quarles, Ebony Miller, Lashonda Hinton, and
Jennifer Cox (out of view) are very interested in what they are
saying at the Mat Maid meeting.
Below: Nicole Duncan looks as though she is
having a very good conversation.
Bottom: Mat Maids fLeft to Rightj: Back Row;
Aimee Zoeller. Brandy Johnson. Cassandra
Weidner. Kelly Rothwell. Julie Bridges. .Nicole
Duncan. Mary Koopman. Middle: Tangie Lew is.
Brandy Bowen. Leafy Dunnam, Jennifer Cox,
Ebony Miller. Front: Farrah Rooney, Amanda
Muse. Heather Cathcart.
Two four-year senior wrestlers, Om Desai and Charles
Anderson, represented Howe this year. Om Desai was
the only one of the two able to go to the Sectionals be-
cause Charles had broken his arm. Concerning the wres-
tler's season, Om who won the Carmel Invitational two
years in a row stated, "The year was not as we planned,
but it was okay."
Juniors Grant McDonald, Antonio Moore, and Scott
Wessel found a niche in the Sectionals and are promising
contenders for next year. Scott Wessel won the Sectional
and went on to the Regionals.
Wrestlers were constantly encouraged and assisted by
the ladies of the Mat Maids. Their assistance was quite
valuable to the team. Ms. Jan Ockoman and Ms. Mary
Koopman were the girls' new sponsors this year. ,,
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Below: Charles Anderson looks as though he is hav-
ing a great time warming up at practice.
Left: Grant McDonald and Om Desai are stretching
out before they wrestle.
Top: Wrestling Team (Left to Right): Back: Charlie
Adams. Scott Wessel. Jose Oliveira. Jason Thomp-
son, Charles Anderson. Shawn Pation. Keith Ta\ lor.
Coach Paul Miller. Middle: Patrick Page, Jack Jack-
son. JclT Wynne, Grant McDonald, l.ancc Muggins.
Front: Richard Spall. AikIic Jonc. Om Ocsai, l-'rcd
Schropshirc, Dwain Miles.
l.ct'l: Antonio Moore takes down his opponcni lor a
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Above: Junior Varsity Cheerleaders (Left to Right): Back Row: Na-
tahe Marshall, Amanda Brewster. Front Row: Annie Burford, Ve-
ronica Eldridge, Melissa Schmidt, and Jennifer Urich.
Top Right: Cheerleaders march onto the Homecoming field.
Below: J.V. Cheerleaders "get down" to a dance at the Homecom-
ing Pep Rally.
Right: Annie Burford along with other J.V. Cheerleaders shows the
school and class spirit at the Pep Rally.
Below Right: The J.V. Cheerleaders march and cheer in the Home-
coming Pep Rally.
This year the Cheerleading squad gained a
new sponsor, Ms. Lisa McDonald, who was
a tremendous help to its performance at
games and especially at Homecoming. As the
season began off to a good start, they lost the
captain, Tamika Schmidt. Then the new cap-
tain was appointed; attitudes got a little hard
to handle, but as a team they worked out their
This year's captains of the squads were
Varsity, Heather Hopkins; Junior Varsity,
Jennifer Urich; and Freshman, Marie Pratt.
Outside of cheering, the Cheerleaders en-
joyed spending social time together which in-
cluded many fund raisers over the summer
and going out to dinner.
The Cheerleaders would like to give a spe-
cial thanks to Mrs. Sommers for being there
for all of them.
Top: Varsity Cheerleaders (Left to Right): Adriana Ken-
dall, Misty Dinn, Heather Hopkins, Karen Parker, and
Above: J.V. and Varsity Cheerleaders get together for a
cheer at the Homecoming Pep Rally.
Right: Freshman Cheerleaders (Left to Right): Trisha
Doyle, Catherine Gleason, Marie Pratt, Crissy Schroe-
der, Jessica Poynter.
Basketball Cheerleaders/High Steppers
Below: Junior Varsity Cheerleaders (Left to Right):
Back: Monique Lange, Carrie Street. Center: Karie
Poynter, Front: Melissa Trotter, Aisha Miles. Jac-
This year's cheerleading squads added a lot of
cheer and spirit to the basketball games. The cheer-
leaders have new sponsors this year, Mrs. Donna
Sommers and Ms. Lisa McDonald. The captains for
the cheerleading squads were Trisha Doyle for the
Freshman, Monique Lange for the Junior Varsity,
and Misty Dinn for the Varsity. The cheerleaders had
a good year!
High Steppers this year consisted of thirty-six
girls. Ms. Lisa McDonald, the new sponsor for the
girls, enjoyed working with the group. Because Ms.
McDonald felt the girls should work together, the
group had no captains. The activities of the High
Steppers included dancing at home basketball games
and marching with the band in parades.
Above Left: The cheerleaders practice while they are
waiting to get their uniforms.
Right: Varsity Cheerleaders (Left to Right): Back:
Jamie Boyd, Lorita Hill. Middle: Tashia Guynn,
Amanda Brewster, Front: Misty Dinn, Adriana Ken-
Above: Tashia Guynn, Jamie Boyd, and Lorita Hill
salute the flag for the start of the game.
Left: Freshman Cheerleaders (Left to Right): Back:
Trisha Doyle, Jennifer Gimlich, Jessica Brewster.
Front: Christina Farber, Jacquelinne Walker, Lake-
Above: High Steppers (Left to Right): Back Row: An-
gela Masters, Angela Clark, Tara Faryna, Tanisha Ro-
binson, Jessica Poynter, Latisha Sheppard, Maria Mc-
Clendon, Katherine Gleason, Christina Sheppard, Tif-
fany Wright, Jessica Dunn, Melissa Praul. Middle Row:
Beth Gilpin, Lashawnda Johnson, Cassandra Graves, Ja-
nelle White, Keonna Bullock, Tracey Quarles, Barbara
Parks. Front Row: Tabitha Phillips, Elisha Olson, Nicole
Quarles, Rebecca Pierce, Danielle Davidson, Jennifer
Weaver, Karen Dunn, Misty Plew, Rebekah Meek, Lau-
ra McBumie. Not Pictured: Kyana Taylor.
Above: Tabitha Phillips, here, leads the long, thin
line of High Steppers who accompany the band
on Veterans" Day.
Left: The High Steppers are ready to step high
' for Howe.
Far Left: Annie Dearth recites lines for the Senior Play.
Below: Carrie Deeter gives advice to her daughter Annie
Dearth in the Senior Play, "Harvey."
Above: Ken Burnett, as assistant at the Insane Asylum,
finds it necessary to check "pooka."
Right: Laura Keller and Carrie Deeter crowd through the
doors to the dressing room.
The Senior-Sponsored play, "Harvey,"
was presented at Howe's Auditorium on No-
vember 19 and 20 at 7:30 P.M.
The main characters in this play were El-
wood played by David Nelson, Vita played
by Carrie Deeter, Nurse Kelly played by Lau-
ra Keller, Myrtle (Vita's daughter) played by
Angle Masters and Annie Dearth.
Harvey was a big success. There were a lot
of people who showed up and supported the
students that were in the play. Hopefully, all
of the plays in the future will turn out as well
as this one did.
Above Left: Dave Nelson, Elwood, lead in the
play, "Harvey," calls a bar to see if Harvey is
Above Right: Debbie Ingram and Annie Dearth
listen to Vita's, Carrie Deeter's, experience at the
Left: Laura Keller, Steve Abner, and Dave Nel-
son discuss the reasoning of Elwood's sister be-
ing in the mental hospital.
Left: The doctor, Aaron Springer, and Vita,
Carrie Deeter, discuss Elwood's phone call.
Below: Dave Nelson places on the wall a pic-
ture of Harvey, done by Mr. Greg Shelton
and Mr. James Lynch.
The Class of 1994
Cary, Laura Chapman. Jason Chatman. Latasha
Evans, Michelle Freeman, Brandy
Gibbs, Christopher Golden, Rebecca
Hammond, Jessica Harris, Stephanie
Below: Senior Damon Turner marks long jump with
Coach Tim Jessup.
Left: Senior TeLisa Hill gets a good spot in senior class
Above: Keith Owens looks as though he is having a good
time playing his instrument.
Did Chris Wilson (Below) hit a homerun? Senior Joanne
Wright (Right) prepares to be the queen in the musical.
Is that Michael Jordan (Below) or Senior Keith Owens?
Looks as if Joanne Wright (Below Right) is about to
Senior Kevin Conrad (Above Left) concentrates on
his drawings while Dawn Smith (Above Right) finds
an interesting article.
Below; Senior Class Officers (Left to Right); Back Row;
Kari Childers, Kelly Ducking, Laura McBumie, Chad
Marshall, Brandy Plew. Front; Letina Tandy and Tamika Right; Senior Mandy Steffey gets dressed up for the
Vaughn, Stephanie Wakelam, Joshua
Webster, Catherine Whitehead, Crystal
Willis, Taeonna Wilson, Christopher Wilson, Jason
The Class of 1995
Lake, Donald 2
Above: Junior Ray Clifton works with Jason Thompson and
James Turner on the technical part of the play, Harvey.
Above: Junior Whitney McDonald works with the headphones to com-
municate with the sound booth for the production of Harvey.
Above: The Junior Class Council (Left to Right): Back Row: Debi Williams. Jennifer Ircl.ind. Joxh
Roof, Brandon Spratt, Chad Price, Aaron Springer, Hrrol Spears. Front Row: Nicole Puncui. l-li/.i-
beth Tull, Annie Dearth, Mickelle Goss, Tashia Guynn, Kandy Diffee.
The Class of 1996
Above: Sophomore Nicole Quarles (Right) discusses her ideas
for the yearbook with Dawn Smith.
. Poynter, Karie
St. Lawrence, Cheryl
Right; Sophomores Tara Baker
and Dianna Bennett beg to have
their pictures taken.
Middle: In Mrs. Carolyn Free-
man's math class. Sophomores
Jackie Claffey and David Moore
work very hard.
Far Right: Sophomore Annie
Burford is determined to win an-
The Class of 1997
Bell, Jr., Michael
Bozarth Jr, Michael
Dunn II, Kirk
Hayes Jr, Larry
Above: Freshman Tonya Hiatt is concentrating very hard to get
her work done.
fc^ --r- ^
Above; Freshmen Ricco Shocklay is checking what needs to be done.
Above: Freshmen Brandy Berwinger and Rachel Brick work together on assignments.
O' Conner, Ian
Posey, Kevin Allen
Rybolt Jr., Richard
Seifu, Zen Nile
Skaggs II, Alvin
Tillman, La Keisha
Above Right: Freshmen Angel Schultz is consulting with
a classmate about their assignment.
Right: Seems that Freshmen Coleman Anderson is either
hurt or about to drop.
Wimberly III, Floyd
Jo Anna Leffler
Lisa Mc Donald
Charles Mc Ginley
Jennifer Mc Nally
Faculty and Stajf
7"^^ Above; Teachers Mrs. Martha Diggle and Mrs. Jo Anna Leffer
''^* and Counselors Mr. Bumel Coulon and Mr. Carroll Rumble fill
up on breakfast before a long working day with students.
Right: LTC Lance Willdermood prepares for the year-
end annual inspection.
Right: Miss Mary Koopman is a part of the Tech Prep
Program to assist individually.
Faculty/ 1 13
This year's yearbook staff members had difficulties
finding out what was happening through the year with
activities, sports, groups, and students at Howe. One
thing that made the work so much more difficult was
that only one or two members of the staff had ever
worked on the book before.
Some of the tasks of the staff were writing captions
and copy, typing copy, making layouts, and cropping
pictures as well as taking pictures and being in charge
of those taken by Prestige. This year's HILLTOPPER
contains its first completely computerized layout and
copy. Assisting with accomplishing the tasks for the
yearbook, Natalie Mertz and Brandy Freeman served as
this year's editors.
In spite of all the obstacles, the staff succeeded in
finishing the book and making it ready for Howe stu-
Top: Karie Poynter, Heidi Wurster, Vicki Beck, and
Dawn Smith discuss how they want the title page of the
Left: Tracey Quarles and Dawn Smith work hard on
"mug shots" to get the yearbook finished.
Right: Vicki Beck works at identifying students for the
Above: Deanna Quarles and Kelly Ducking organize pictures for the
booi< while Letina Tandy stops in to ask Venita Huddleston about ID
Right: Natalie Mertz types the index for the yearbook. Before this,
ihe also struggled with computer layouts for the book.
Above: Brad Jones, John Carmer, and Jason Caesar
show their school spirit by dressing up for Halloween
Right: Amy Whiteman registers Robbie Burford for the
Above; Staff and students raise their signs and cheer
against the closing of Howe.
Right: Making the school proud, Howe's ROTC stands
ready to march in the Veterans' Day Parade downtown.
Closing: Yesterday 's Wishes/Tomorrow 's Dreams
Above: One of Ms. Madora Walker's important jobs as
new principal to Howe was to plan strategies not to let
the school get closed down. Here, she discusses these
with Mr. Ron Finkbiner.
Starting off as a freshman
accidentally dropping your tray,
being shoved into lockers,
and most of all,
being made fun of by upper classmen.
Then, finally, you're a sophomore,
just a step above freshman,
but not as high as a junior.
As your sophomore year passes,
before you know it, you're a junior —
junior year, finally considered
an upper classman.
As time passes on, it's almost
the end of the year.
Finally, at last,
you're a SENIOR!! — finally at the top.
As you remember the last
your last final exam,
prom night, such a wonderful night,
never to be forgotten —
As you remember all four years,
it is time to say good-bye.
As graduation approaches,
your laughs through the years,
turn to tears.
When you get your diploma, you say good-bye
to your beloved school of brown and gold.
You now look forward
and wait to see tomorrow.
Left: Lindsay Russo works over a speech to be given to
the School Board to try and save Howe from closing.
Many others also put forth much effort for this cause. In
the final hour, Howe was to be kept open next year.
Below: Mrs. Mary DeWitz smiles happily over her sur-
prise birthday cake. How many more at Howe?
Abner, Stephen 42,75,86
Adams, Bea 110
Adams, Ryan 11,26,86
Adkins, Jennifer 100
Alexander, Summer 86
Alexander, Thomas 92
Allen, David 62, 64, 92
Akins, Michelle 39, 78
Allen, Dustin 100
Allen, MeUissa 100
Aman, Patricia 45
Amos, Kanisha 78
Amos, Katherine 92,97
Andemichael, Aster 100
Arnold, Lauren 100
Ashby, Darren 100
Austin, Kahnata 100
Avila, Dezzarae 92
Baker, James 100
Baker, Janet 100
Ball, Christina 26,82
Ballard, Anthony 100
Ballow, MaUie 110
Bancroft, Mary 13,110
Banks, Christopher 100
Baranand, Iker 78
Barberis, Danielle 100
Bareford, Deborah 110
Barker, Jeffery 100
Barnes, Randall 100
Barnes, Sara 100
Bartolowitz, Leslie 112
Bateman, Douglas 110
Batman, Dean 110
Bays, Amy 100
Beasley, Bruce 92
Beasley, Tina 92
Beck, Bruce 110,113
Beck, Matthew 49
Bell, Jessica 26,42,100
Benjamin, Rosa 92,100
Bennett, Amy 13,78
Bergdahl, Lois 100
Berry, Leola 100
Beswick, John 110
Bible, Michael 100
Bingham, Bertie 100
Bixler, Gina 6,27,92
Blackwell, Natalie 38,86
Blair, Kimberly 100
Bohannon, Chester 17
BoUing, Carrie 92
Box, Angela 100
Boyd, Tamara 86
Boynton, Ann 110
Brackin, Melissa 8
Brake, Rachel 57,100
Bratt, Dennis 4,41,27,29
Brewer, Richard 25
Brewster, Jessica 73
Brewster, Amanda 72
Bridges, Tyus 14
Broadnax, Charels 92
Brown, Carrie 100
Brown, Champale 78
Brown, Christopher 92
Brown, Curtis 86
Brown, Deandre 101
Brown, James 38,48,78
Brown, Larry 113
Brown, Wayne 27,55,92
Brubeck, Jeremy 101
Bryant, Kimberly 78
Bryant, Michael 11,25
Buckhalter, Jennifer 92
Buckner, Danyale 66,67
Buergelin, Joseph 60
Bullock, Keonna 73,86
Bundy, Benjamin 71,86
Burder, Christy 26
Burford, Robert 17
Burgess, Regina 101
Buike, Sebrina 101
Burks, Cristy 9
Burnett, Terrineka 92
Burnett, Tremaine 101
Burnett, Yolanda 86
BuiTOws, Beverly 101
Burton, Robert 101
Buskirk, James 39,101
Buster, Kassandra 86
BuUer, Christy 39,101
Byrd, Jessica 27
Byrd, Deanna 110
Caesar, Jason 86
Calbert, Benjamin 101
Caldwell, Keith 13
Calhan, Theresa 16,110
Campbell, Marty 92
Canady, Chinna 92
Canady, Rickey 2538
Carmer, John 86
Cames, Darin 50,86
Carrell, Jason 86
Carruthers, Shawn 86
Carson, Edith 23,25,78
Carter, Jamica 54
Carter, MaryM 10, 112
Cartwright, Jason 101
Cary, Laura 22,63,78
Cassidy, Jason 101
Cathcart, Heather 68,101
Cathey, Dameon 101
Catume, Angelique 101
Chatman, Latasha 25,78
Chesmut, Julia 6,10
Chestang, Goodner 181
ChUders, Ross 54,101
Childress, Tracye 93
Chism, Steven 54
Clade, April 86
Clark, Angela 73,93
Clark, Tonya 39
Cline, Shawn 49
Clontz, Adelia 93
Clontz, Amanda 8,101
Cloud, Kristy 93
Cobb, Jamaane 86
Cole, James 13,86
Cole, Nasiru 93
Collins, Jopseph 101
Collins, WilUam 8,101
Combs, Chester 55.93
Combs, Jennifer 7,86
Combs, Kenneth 53,86
Condon, Michael 7
Conrad, Kevin 25,26,39
Cook, Joshua 101
Cocke, Dennis 62,78,87
Coc^r, Keisha 9,87
Comett, Tina 39,66,93
Cosby, Herburt 87
Cotton, Melissa 23,101
Coulson, Christopher 93
Co win, Jeannine 101
Cowin, Nicole 93
Cox, Eugene 87
Cox, Jammie 93
Cox, Jennifer 68,101
Crabtree, Angela 101
Craft, Tarrence 21,93
Crawford, Ray 101
Crockett, Venus 101
Cross, Ayeselah 93
Cross, Jerrie 93
Cross, Nicole 101
Cununings, Nathaniel 93
Dalton, Star 101
Dalton, Venus 101
Darden, George 62,64,93
Davidson, April 13
Davis, Darrell 55, 65,
Davis, David 25,55,87
Davis, Marion 87
Davis, William 11,87
Dawson Jr, James 93
Dawson, Latoya 101
Deal, Michael 39,58,79
Dealy, Khyran 93
Dean, Amy 1238,57,93
Dean, Larry 101
Dearth, Richard 8
Deirth, Richard 101
Denton, Michael 79
Depew, Cwey 87
Depp, Kristina 16,93
Desai, Om 69
Dewitte, Toni 93
DeWitz, Mary 110
Dickens, John 54,101
Dickey, Damon 87
Diggle, Martha 18,110
Dinn, Misty 72
Divincenzo, John 110
Do, Urn 48,55,93
Dodson, Angela 93
Downs, Shanta 101
Dressier, Warren 19,112
Drikent, Jason 93
Due, Isabelle 79
Ducking, Kelly 73,115
Duerson, Luciana 38,87
Duke, Ricky 87
Dumes, Lament 93
Dunn, Daniel 87,102
Dunn, Jessica 73,102
Dunn, Karen 39,73
Dunn, Kirk 102
Dunn, Misty 24,25,29,71
Eastridge, David 93
Edmonds, Damien 102
Edmonds, Kina 93
Edwards, Monica 102
Edwards, Nicole 87
Edwards, Robert 71
Edwards, Shunery 102
Eland, April 79
Eldridge, Jerome 79
EUenburg, Floyd 93
Ellis, Albert 87
Ellis, Christian 22,25,79
Elsey, Stacy 39
Engle, Amanda 102
Engle, Donald 25,79
Ervin, Curt 110
Esparza, Sara 102
Evans, Kawam 93
Evans, Michelle 25,79
Ewing, Andrew 93
Eytchison, Kathryn 102
Eytchison, Robert 93
Edwards, Monica 38
Eakle, Tara 102
Ealy, Thomas 102
Earls, Turkessa 87
Easter, Benji 87
Fanroy, Tara 73
Farr, Steve 22,87
Farral, Lee 102
Farral, Tanesha 87
Faryna, Tara 57,102
Featherston, Mike 87
Fields, Corey 29,93
Fifer, MaCheica 87
Finkbiner, Ron 55,113
Fleming, Lewis 102
Fluker, Dwan 102
Forbes, Steve 64
Foster, Addam 102
Foster, Ramon 102
Franklin, Ladonna 93
Franklin, Shawna 102
Franks, Kinshasa 87
Frazier, Christina 87
Frazier, Troy 102
Friedly, Patricia 112
Gantz, James 102
Garcia, Jeremy Lee 93
Garica, Enrique 87
Garita, Kevin 58
Garmon, Brian 93
Gamett, Terrell 79
Garrard, Maisha 16,93
Garrett, Shalise 93
Garrette, Brandy 102
Gaton, Mike 32,93
Gearlds, Kurt 102
Gebhart, Roger 102
George, Jody 113
Gibbs, Christopher 79
Gibbs, Kevin 87
Gibson, Delvin 87
Gilbert, James 93
Gilbert, Marion 112
Gill, Gary 52,53
Gillum, Chad 63
Gilpin, Beth 28,73,87
Gimlich, Jennifer 73,102
Gleason, Catherine 8,73
Coins, Samantha 102
Gold, Deron 93
Golden, Rebecca 4 1 ,79
Goldman, Frank 93
Gomez, Amanda 58,87
Gonzales, Art 19,110
Goodall, Michael 17,87
Grabarczyk, Jason 102
Grable, Charmaine 102
Graham, Nathaniel 94
Graves, Cassandra 73,87
Gray, Antonio 60,64,94
Green, Jeremy 102
Greenwood, Phillip 1 10
Griffin, Kevin 55,94
Griffin, Micheal 8,102
Griffith, Kevin 65
Griffith, Tanya 102
Grimes, Eric 40,102
Grimes, Markita 87
Grooms, Maurice 110
Gross, Christopher 50,94
Gross, Cornell 79
Grubb, Richard 55,94
Guynn, Marshia 87
Haas, Irvin 19,110
Hager, Joshua 94
HaU, Jackie 94
Halswell, Jessica 58
Hamby, Leanne 102
Hamby, William 23
Hamilton, Jeffery 54,102
Hammond, Jessica 9,24
Hampton, Angle 87
Hampton, Keoni 87
Haney, Misty 102
Hankins, Sarah 94
Hannon, Steven 102
Harding, Jason 102
Hardy, Shakira 94
Harmening, Billie 103
Harmoning, Johina 94
Harpold, Dallene 63
Harrell, Timothy 94
Harris, Anthony 94
Harris, Jonathan 25
Harris, Juanita 94
Harris, Shamlah 103
Hart, Shannon 87
Harvey, Amy 87
Harvey, Nicole 103
Haskins, Melissa 14
Hasse, Edward 110
Hatton, Jacob 87
Hatton, Jeannette 103
Haward, Qarence 103
Hawkins, Brian 56
Hayes, Jeremy 94
Hayes, Larry 103
Haynes, Dalle 94
Helpling, Christina 38,94
Helton, Leonna 38,57,94
Hembd, Shirley 110
Henderson, Latasha 103
Hendricks, Shawn 94
Henson, Michelle 87
Herald, Selina 9
Herring, Lakishia 94
Hewlett, Dana 103
Hiatt, Tonya 103,104
Hicks, Craig 87
Hicks, Ernest 94
Hiles, Laura 103
HiU, Donovan 55,94
HiU, TeUsa 24,25
Hill, Theresa 80,88
Hines, Margaret 103
Hinton, Lashcmda 68,103
Hite, Wanda 103
Hobson, Michael 54,103
Holderfield, HoUy 103
Holifield, Michael 103
HoUins, Mitalia 103
HoUoway, Latoria 80,88
Hombeak, Antonio 64
Horrall, Darrick 13,55
Hubbard, Angela 103
Index/ 1 1 1)
Huddleson, Steven 103
Huddleson, Venita 115
Hudson, April 103
Huggins, Lance 69,103
Huggins, Robert 110
Hums, Michelle 88
Ingram, Mercedes 103
Irby, James 25,80
Isenberg, Jason 39
Jackson, Charles 103
Jackson, Damon 94
Jackson, Jack 54,69,103
Jackson, Karen 103
Jackson, Lisa 25
Jackson, Paul 88
Jackson, Yamikki 103
Jarrett, Ralph 17
Jefferson, Travis 103
Jenkins, Sandra 25,80
Jiles, Samual 88
Jobe, Jacquelyne 72
Johnson, Amanda 88
Johnson, Denetrius 103
Johnson, Johnie 38,88
Johnson, Lashawanda 73
Johnson, Michael 103
Johnson, Tawanna 95
Jones, Andre 69,103
Jones, Anne 38,63
Jones, Barbara 110
Jones, Bradford 4,88
Jones, Brandi 55,57,103
Jones, Gloria 110
Jones, James 103
Jones, Jamila 88
Jones, Koattie 95
Jones, Norris 103
Jones, Racquel 103
Jones, Troy 103
Jones, WUlie 103
Jordan, Johnny 95
Kandakai, Miatta 103
Karr, Robin 88
Keaton, Evelyn 25,110
Keglar, David 39,103
Keith, Joseph 39,95
Keller, Laura 75
Keltner, Robert 103
Kendall, Aundrea 25
Kendall, Charles 80,110
KendaU, Roger 94
Keys, Harold 64,88
Kiefer, Kristina 103
Kilbeit, Andre 94
Kimball, Misty 94
King, Andre 103
Kinney, Allison 13,80
Kirk, Shawn 80
Kirk, William 104
Kluth, Melissa 104
Knox, Kenneth 88
Koman, James 112
Koopman, Mary 68,
Kord, Darla 94
Lacy, Antonio 104
Lafollette, Tina 104
Lake, Donald 88
Lake, Jennifer 38,56,104
Lamar, Coynette 104
Lange, Allen 104
Langston, Antonio 88
Lanning, Angela 104
Lashure, Micheal 88
Laskey, April 88
Lawrence, Samantha 104
Lay ton, Sean 104
Le, Line 104
Ledgerwood, David 104
Lee, Jason 104
Leeper, Brittney 104
Leffler, Joanna 19,110
Lewis, Angel 104
Lewis, Antonio 104
Lewis, Tangie 68
Light, Joshua 21,104
Lindsey, Angela 16,95
Lippard, Rebecca 104
Liston, Veronica 104
Litteral, Kimberly 25
Litteral, Patrick 54,104
Locander, Louis 54,104
Lockhart, Reylon 94
Lockman, Jennifer 94
Loll, Frank 113
Lott, Dante 104
Loucks, Chrissa 94
Lucas, Cynthia 111
Lucas, Krista 104
Lucas, Kristine 104
Luther, Teresa 104
Lynch, James 11,75
Lyons, Luther 104
Lyons, Randy 48
Maddox, Elizabeth 104
Maddox, Tracy 104
MahlCT, Terry 51
Malone, David 48
Malone, Robert 113
Manners, Matthew 104
Manuel, Tier 105
Marcum, Sean 26
Markle, Jacob 105
Marks, Kenneth 25
Marshall, Chad 25,26
Marshall, Fred 105
Marshall, Joseph 39,80
Martin, Tommy 80,91
Mason, Eric 105
Mason, Nikki 105
Masters, Jennifer 12,95
Matheus, Akeisha 94
Mathis, Dashonna 81
Mathis, David 22,42,46
Mathis, Kajanna 95
Matrau, Crystal 57,105
Maxwell, Cheryl 25
Maxwell, WiUiam 81,89
Mays, Michele 95,105
Mays, Sylvia 95
McAdams, Jenny 95
McCabe, MeUnda 105
McCart, Laura 105
McQain, Angela 105
McClure, Jamie 26
McCoUey, Robbie 65,89
McCord, Scott 105
McDonald, Grant 25,
McDonald, Lisa 72
McFarland, Jamie 60
McFarland, Starr 38.95
McGinley, Charles 114
McGraw, RonaW 54.105
McGregor, Marvin 64
Mclntyre, Thurl 89
McMillian, Katheryn 95
McNally, Jennifer 51,61
McNeely, Daniel 105
McNeil, Kendra 105
McNeish, Penny 14,113
Meadows, Brandi 105
Meek, Zachary 54
Mielke. Shawn 105
Milbum. Linda 25.1 10
Miles, Aisha 72
Miles, Dwain 69,105
MiUCT, David 110
Miller, Ebony 68,105
Miller, Joy 105
MillCT, Laura 95
Miller, Paul 69,54
Miller. Tesheaia 95
MiUs, Linda 96
Mims. Keycma 89
Minion, Mario 89
MitcheU. Donald 89
MitcheU. Kurt 54,105
MitcheU, Schlanda 89
MitcheU, Scott 28,81
MitcheU. Shannon 96
Monroe. Christopher 96
Moody, AmbCT 96
Moon. Donald 89
Moore. Antonio 69.89
Moore. BiU 58
Moore. David 96,98
Moore, Tyra 96
Morales, Hope 105
Morey, Joshua 55.89
Morgan, Teresa 89
MOTgan, Tom 50
Morphew, David 96
Moss, Bruce 112
MuUinex, Robert 38,96
Mumford, Christina 89
Mundy, Brian 96
Mundy, Christopher 105
Murphy, Tracy 18,96
Muse, Amanda 68,105
Muse, Lenise 8,13
Nalley, April 25,81
Nay, Paul Anthony 96
Nay, Viola 90
Neighbors, Misty 38,105
Nelson, Arnold 111
Nelson, Norman 96
Nichols, Anthony 105
Nichols, Donte 48,81,96
Niemann, Carla 28,106
Niemann, Jeremy 27,96
Norfleet, Johnny 111
Norris, Angela 81
Norton, Debra 111
Oatts, Tamaris 106
Ockomon, Jan 111
Odle, Dustin 96
Ogier, Rebecca 106
Oliver, Dewayne 96
Oliver, Ernest 106
Oliver, Sherry 96
Olivera, Jose 58,69,82
Ollanketo, John 38,106
Olson, EUsha 73,96
Olson, Ryan 15,82
Osborne, Eric 90
Owens, Michelle 96
Owens, Paula 106
Owens, Vanessa 106
Pace, Melissa 96
Page, Charles 29,55,66
Page, Jennifer 90
Page, Patrick 54,69,106
Palmer, Ronald 11,90
Parker, John 106
Parker, Nicole 22
Parkhurst, Larry 106
Parks, Amanda 106
Parran, Kenneth 7,106
Parrish, Jeffery 22,25,82
Parrish, Jennifer 96
Parry, James 96
Partlow, Karl 106
Pasch, John 27,58,96
Pass, Ikiam 96
Pastrick, Jarrod 106
Patrick, Barry 112
Patterson, Marlene 90
Patterson, Michael 8
Patton, Angela 90,96
Patton, Dorwood 90
Patton, Shawn 69,96
Payne, Alex 96
Payton Denael 90
Perry, James 27,96
Perry, Jason 96
Perry, Jimmy 41
Peters, Jacob 16,39,96
Peters, Jason 33
Peterson, April 90
Petty, Anthony 24,29
Petty, Gerald 106
Petty, Kathryn 18,96
Petty, Michael, 113
Petty, Sandra 111
Phelps, Quinn 106
PhiUips, Tabitha 73.96
Phipps, William 97
Piersall, Jennifer 29
Pietro, Jennifer 82,106
Pike, Jill 90
Pike, Michelle 106
Ping, Jason 82
Pinkins, Lasandra 106
Piper, Jackilla 106
Pittman, Kyandra 106
Planalp, Sarah 38,97
Plew, Misty 18,33,73,97
Poindexter, Angela 97
Pollard, Amirisa 97
Pollard, Heather 106
Porter, Keonna 106
Posey, Kevin 106
Powell, Darron 38,97
Powell, Kianna 106
Poynter, Daniel 48,55
Pratt, Janette 106
Pratt, Kenneth 44,97
Pratt, Lucy 83
Pratt, Marie 71
Praul, Crystal 106
Praul, Melissa 73,97
Price, Jason 106
Price, Stephanie 97
Pridemore, Bobby 106
Pritchard, John 32
Pritchard, Paul 58
Pruitt, Latasha 106
Pryor, Cecil 106
Pryuer, Jerry 55,90
PuUins, Kindra 90
Quartez, Tony 90
Quiett, Lisa 59. 106
Radford, Toya 106
Rafferty. Trisha 90
Ragland. Twyla 23,97
Raines. Michael 54.106
Rains, Jeremy 106
Ralbot, Belinda 90
Ralston, Amber 106
Ramsey, Katy 106
Ramsey, Laura 24,83
Randle, Quiana 106
Raney, Virgil 90
Rangel, Raymon 106
Ratner, Nancy 113
Ray Jr, Johnny
Raymer, Branden 48
Reed, Chris 49,97
Reeder, Stacy 106
Reedus, Jamaal 38,90
Reeves, Kathleen 58,107
Relford, Shana 66,90
Relford, Shannan 90,97
Retz, David 107
Reynolds, Shanna 97
Rhodes, Rachel 90
Richard, Maryann 107
Ridner, Teresa 107
Ripberger, Fred 90
Roar, VictOT 17
Roark, Carlissa 27,97
Robertson, Sashah 97
Robertson. William 107
Robinson, China 97
Robinson, Katrina 97
Rogers, Robin 28.29.97
Roof. Hadley 38.58
Rothwell, Kelly 39.68.97
Ruggles. Barbara 107
Ruggles, Natalena 97
Rumble, Carroll 111
Rupe, Shawna 97
Russo, Jason 50
Rutherford. Angle 97
Rutledge. Brandi 90
Rybolt Jr. Richard 107
Salyers, Melissa 52.53
Sams. Wayne 107
Saulsbery. Rene 38.97
Saunders. Charles 90
Saunders. Terrell 107
Schmidt. Glen 7,26,83
Schmidt, Gregory 19
Schmidt, Melissa 70, 97
Schmidt, Tamika 25,83
Schroeder, Cristina 71
Schropshire, Fred 69
Schultz, Angel 108
Scott, Nichole 107
Scott, Timothy 107
Seals, Keir 97
Searcey, Derame 97
Searcey, Miesha 45,97
Searsbrook, Jacola 90
Seeman, Ceonary 98
Seifu, Zen Nile 58, 107
Selman, Martin 107
Sexton, Michelle 18
Shadduck, Angle 25
Shaw, Frankie 98
Shaw, Monica 98
Sheets, Robert 49,98
Shelton, Greg 75,1 12
Sheppard, Latisha 73
Shockley, Ricco 105,107
Short, Reggie 54, 107
Shropshire, Fredrick 107
Simmons, Anthony 107
Simpson, James 107
Sims, Doug 26,38,90
Sims, Jennifer 5,13,83
Singh, Jutinder 111
Sizemore, Bemita 107
Skaggs II, Alvin 107
Skates, Debra 9,13,83
Skene, John 12,111
Skolburg, Robert 107
Smartz, David 112
Smith, Amy 12
Smith, Angle 90
Smith, Benjamin 107
Smith, Craig 55,65,90
Smith, Darwin 98
Smith, Heather 98
Smith, Kendria 107
Smith, Renee 90
Smith, Sabea 25,83
Smith, Shannon 24,84
Smith, Shiriey 111
Smith, Tamika 63,90
Smith, Tiona 107
Smith, William 4,50
Snow, Philecia 98
Somms, Doug, 24
Southgate, John 90
Spalding, Robert 1 11
Spall, Richard 69,107
Sparks, Erica 90
Spears, Aimee 107
Spears, Errol 29,1 13
Spells, Monica 107
Spicer, Tina 107
Spurgeon, Tanya 39
Spurrier, Chad 90
Spurrier, Kevin 98
St. Lawrence, Cheryl
Stafford, Deanna 107
Stames, Mary 90
Stamps, Mary 38
Stanley, Dan 28,113
Staples, Crystal 38,107
Staples, Linda 90
Steele, Cindy 90
Steele, Jeffrey 90
Steiner, Veronica 84
Stepheis, Shirely 111
Sterrett, Ryan 49
Stewart ,Corine 84
Stewart, Aaron 107
Stewart, Carrie 25
Stewart, Darnell 98
Stewart, David 113
Stewart, Ella 107
Stewart, Jeremy 90
Stewart, Latosha 107
Stiles, Crystal 107
Stinson, Jerry 84
Stogsdill, Sheila 90
Stojoevich, Mike 107
Stone, Thomas 39,107
Street, Carrie 72,92
Strode, Holly 107
Stump, Dan 98
Sullivan, Kevin 55
Sullivan, Heather 90
Sullivan, Jennifer 107
Sullivan, John 98
Summers, David 98
Summers, Donna 72
Surber, Renee 91
Sutton, Angela 107
Sutton, Donna 111
Sutton, Izell 91
Swafford, Wesley 91
Swan, Erin 107
Taflinger, Steve 111
Tandy, Felicia 107
Taylor, Damon 54,108
Taylor, Detra 24,91
Taylor, Keith 69,98
Taylor, Kyana 98
Taylor, Shawn 98
Taylor, Titus 98
Terry, Melissa 91
Terry, Sarah 98
Thayer, Monica 98
Thomas, Chakita 91
Thomas, David 40
Thomas, Phyllis 111
Thompkins, Damon 54
Thompkins, Maurice 8
Thompson, James 111
Thompson, Latosha 91
Tieman, Mike 5,50,58
Tillman, La Keisha 108
Tingler, Samanthia 91
Tompkins, Jeremiah 108
Torrence, Alfonzo 64,98
Tout, Frank 18
Trimble, Angela 91
Trotter, Melissa 72
Trotter, Michael 108
Tman, Mike 108
Truth, Shawne 108
Tull, Elizabeth 38
Turner, Cattie 108
Turner, Daniel 108
Turner, Diedre 91
Turner, Shannon 91
Twitty, David 55,91
Tyler, James 108
Unseld, David 65
Vaughn, Cwey 91
Vaughn, Stephanie 85
Walton, Erica 108
Ward, Dia 91
Warren, Sanchilla 98
Watkins, Shawn 109
Whatley, Ricky 64
Watson, Charlie 39,109
Way OS, Larry 109
Weaver, Jeff ery 91
Webb, Crystal 109
Welch, Destinny 109
Wessle, Scott 55,69,91
Westerfield, Todd 109
White, Demetrius 91
White, JaneUe 73
White, Janis 99
Wilcher, Jeremiah 109
Wildermood, Lance 112
Will, Tenika 109
Williams, Brian 64,91
WiUiams, JaneUe 109
WiUiams, Krystal 109
WiUiams, Padro 109
WiUis, Taoanna 13,85
Wilson, Ida 27,99
WUson, Jason 25,85
Wilson, Miayva 109
Wilson, Turquoise 91
Wimberiy IE, Floyd 109
Wimberly, Laquisha 91
Wimberiy, Monique 91
Wings, Tasheka 109
Woodard, Quincy 109
Wooden, LorireU 109
Woodson, Grant 99
Woolery, Mindy 109
Wright, Joanna 25,44,67
Wright, Sharon 29,85
Wright, Tiffany 73
Wurster, Heidi 99,1 14
Wynn, Kevin 109
Wynne, Jeff 69
Yanasak, Rose 109
Yaiber, James 28,113
York, Misty 91
Young, Eric 109
Young, Keith 48,55,91
Young, Wanique 109
Zander, Mathew 24,26
ZoeUer, Aimee 68
Natalie Mertz ^
Brandy Freeman '
Hall Jr., Jerry
iThe Hilltopf)er Staff wishes to thank the many members of the facult>-.
staff, and student body who helped and cooperated with the production of
the yearbook. A special thanks goes to parents for their help, to Herff Jones
and our representative Chris Frick. and to Prestige.